Minecraft: 107 Fascinating Facts Every Gamer Should Know (Part 2)

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We filled you in with the first set of nine fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft in part one, and now we have finally returned with part two! This computer-based digital fantasy world has been reaching record levels of popularity since its release in only 2011, and we are here to give you the full scoop on everything there is to know! Read on to discover our next set of nine facts! Stay tuned for our coming articles, parts three through 12, where we reveal the remaining top 89 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft!

Number Ninety-Eight: Gone Fishing

Having problems with success on your fishing ventures? Try going out when it rains. Just like in real life, fish are more likely to be caught on a rainy day.

Number Ninety-Seven: Stopping the Flow

If you need to contain a hazardous flow of water or lava, all that is needed is a few pressure plates. By using these as barriers on all sides of the flowing matter, the flow can be stopped.

Number Ninety-Six: Unexpected Hiding Places in Minecraft

Feeling a little extra sneaky but don’t want to necessarily “sneak”? Try hiding behind a chest or sign. When players are behind a chest or sign, their usernames cannot be seen.

Number Ninety-Five: Enderman’s Pearls

If you want to collect precious pearls from Enderman, he must be killed by an iron Golem. When this happens, he will always drop his pearls.

Number Ninety-Four: Underwater Fishing

What’s the point of going swimming? Catching fish, of course! While underwater, players can actually collect fish along the way.

Number Ninety-Three: Laying Fences

Believe it or not, not all fences are created equal. When laying down fencing, nether fences will connect with normal fences.

Number Ninety-Two: Health Problems

Having problems regenerating health? It may be because your health bar is simply too low. If you allow it to fall below 79% health or less, the health bar will not regenerate.

Number Ninety-One: The Kitty’s Curse

If you want to open a chest that a cat is using as a seat, you’ll have to disturb the poor kitty. The chest simply will not open if there is a cat sitting on top.

Number Ninety: Hiding from the Creepers

If you encounter a creeper or skeleton behind a barrier of glass, try not to aggravate him. As long as he isn’t angry with you, he won’t even notice you behind the glass. Stay tuned for our coming articles, parts three through 12, where we reveal the remaining top 89 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft!

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